Pros: benefits and pay
Cons: no life outside of work, no job security, and not the safest place to work
I have worked here for a little over 2 years, and from the time I started until now it has changed drastically. The supervisors and upper management don't care about you in any way. They force people to work 16 hour days(almost everyday), then when you have an accident or past out at work they say it's your fault. There is absolutely no job security there, in fact they are about to lay 600 employees off in the early new year. The pay and benefits are excellent, but sometimes that isn't enough to keep people.